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Ronaldo’s next club odds: Which of these 9 teams could sign CR7?

Cristiano Ronaldo, next club
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Barcelona and Manchester City are two of NINE clubs in contention to sign Ronaldo if he leaves Juventus, according to the latest bookmaker odds.

Cristiano Ronaldo is a man in demand.

The Portuguese ace may have turned 36 years old in February, but his goal record and performances remain formidable. And as he approaches the last of his golden years, he wants to be with a competitive side that can win Champions League titles.

But will that be at Juventus or not? Rumors suggest no and a defeat to Porto next month would condemn Ronaldo to three consecutive Champions League early knockout stage exits in Turin – which would be a huge disappointment.

The 9 clubs that Ronaldo could join

If the five-time Ballon d’Or winner is to leave Juventus, he’ll have nine options available to him. Paris Saint-Germain are favorites at 7/5 odds to sign him as they step up their efforts to win a first Champions League title.

So not only could Ronaldo make history in Paris by leading the club to European success, he can add to his haul of domestic honors.

But, as stated by Oddschecker, Barcelona are also in the running. The Catalan giants could lose star man Lionel Messi in the summer, so who better than Ronaldo to replace him? Or better yet, could the pair team-up at Camp Nou or even under Pep Guardiola at Manchester City?

Both City and Barcelona are long shots at 14/1 and 22/1 respectively, but never say never right?

A reunion with Manchester United (10/3) and Real Madrid (5/1) is also on the cards, while Bayern Munich are a shade longer at 15/2.

Here is the full list of nine clubs that could sign CR7.

PosClubDecimal Odds
1PSG2.4
2Manchester United4.33
3Real Madrid6.00
4Bayern Munich8.5
5Inter Miami10
6A Chinese club15.00
7Manchester City15.00
8Sporting CP19.00
9FC Barcelona23.00

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